Letters

Letters: Deed of chivalry

While driving alone on April 11, I had the misfortune of getting a puncture on the M4 near the Zimbali South Gate. Two gentlemen, Mr Ezra and his friend ( my apologies for not remembering your name), assisted me greatly by waiting until the problem was fixed and ensuring that I was not alone and…

Letters: Came to our rescue

We would like to give a BEEEEG shout out to BMW Autohaus Ballito for coming to our rescue. Friday night was the Ashton Matric dance and the limo we had booked cancelled at the 11th hour with some excuse about catching alight in the car wash (…really?) We had eight kids that needed to be…

Letters: Thank you for support

With limited financial support from the Department of Social Development, welfare agencies around the country are forced to engage in fundraising drives all the time so that operational costs can be met. The Charity Fair is the biggest fund raising event hosted by Tongaat Child Welfare. The success of this event depends on a whole…

Letters: Your junk = treasure!

Hello everyone, I would like to use The North Coast Courier’s letters section to thank all the people, young and old, for generously donating goods to the Dog Box. Without you the Ballito SPCA would be in dire straits. Please keep these donations coming. Your junk can be someone else’s treasure. I am sure some…

Letters: Trump’s on-the-job training

Lolly MacKenzie’s generalisations and intellectually lazy assertions cannot go unchallenged (Give Trump a chance, Letters, April 21). Her vague claim that Obama ‘bucked the law’ to push through an agenda that transformed the nation to the ‘detriment and horror of American citizens’ is her personal opinion and clearly not shared by the majority of the…

Letters: Tumble drier should have been replaced

On October 22, 2012, my wife and I bought a tumble dryer from Hirsch’s in Ballito. The machine came with a two-year manufacturer’s warranty and, combined with the three-year extended warranty we were sold, the dryer was covered until October 2017. Things went well until, towards the end of February 2017, the machine would sporadically…

Letters: Why give Trump a chance?

In response to the letter from Lolly Mackenzie regarding Donald Trump (Give Trump a chance, Letters, April 21): First, to claim Trump is “the man the voters of America wanted” is disingenuous. He actually lost the popular vote by approx. 2.8 million votes – more than five times greater than the vote deficit in any…

Letters: Not one cent missing!

Our son lost/left his wallet at Tiffany’s Spar on Good Friday and what a Good Friday it was! When he phoned them they had found the wallet, which he collected. Our gratitude and thanks to the Spar staff. So grateful that there are still honest people around and nothing was missing from the wallet, not…

Letters: Buy a classroom

The front page article of The Courier (April 14) covered the march of 2 000 people from all groupings wanting a cleaner government in South Africa and with that a better life for all. On Page 3 there is an article about a local school needing more teachers to alleviate severe overcrowding, but to qualify…

Letters: Can’t do what he likes

I balked when I read on the front page of last week’s Courier that ANC regional secretary Thabani Mdlalose felt that the president had done something “in line with the constitution of the country”. Our constitution demands that the president acts in the best interests of this country, and the cabinet reshuffle was clearly not…

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